Calcium Pvc Compound Stabilizer for Plastic and Rubber Pipes

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1. Structure of Calcium Pvc Compound Stabilizer Description 

  • Classification: Chemical Auxiliary Agent

  • Other Names: one pack pvc stabilizer

  • Purity: 99.9%

  • Place of Origin: Shandong, China (Mainland)

  • Type: PVC Stabilizer

  • Usage: Plastic Auxiliary Agents

  • Brand Name: HaoMing

  • Model Number: Pipe Grade

 

2. Main Features of the Calcium Pvc Compound Stabilizer

 

Product

PVC stabilizer, Also called One pack pvc stabilizer

 

Description

It is lead based compound stabilizer containing internal and external lubricants. 

It is used for producing pvc pipes. It has excellent processing performance

 for calendaring molding. It will not effect the flatness, bright and clean, 

even thickness of the product when the filling material has a fluctuation.

 

Specification

1. Appearance: white flake

2. Lead oxide content,%: 30-40

3. Melting Point:70min

4. Moisture,%:0.5max

 

Addition quantity

According to the different equipments of calendars, suggests add 3-4 phr in each 100 phr PVC resin.

 

Suggested  Formula

PVC resin:100kg,

PVC stabilizer: 3-4kg,

Stearic acid: 0.3-0.6kg,

PE wax: 0.6-0.8kg,

CPE135A: 2-3kg,

Titanium dioxide:1-1.5kg, 

Optical brihtener OB-1: 20g, 

Caclium carbenate: 30-50kg

 

3. Calcium Pvc Compound Stabilizer Images

 

 

Calcium Pvc Compound Stabilizer for Plastic and Rubber Pipes

 

4. Calcium Pvc Compound Stabilizer Specifications

 

1. Appearance: white flake

2. Lead oxide content,%: 30-40

3. Melting Point:70min

4. Moisture,%:0.5max

  

5. FAQ of Calcium Pvc Compound Stabilizer 

 

1.Delivery date:30days

2.Proper for plastic pipe and profile stablizer

3.Payment:30% in advance,70% against BL copy

 

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